June 10, 2022 - by

Women’s Hoops Signs Brianna Turnage

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Florida State Women’s Basketball Head Coach Brooke Wyckoff has announced the program’s third new addition this off-season, as Top 100 signee Brianna “Snoop” Turnage (Atlanta, Ga.) has inked her National Letter of Intent.

Turnage, an athletic guard who played with incoming McDonald’s All-American Ta’Niya Latson at Westlake High School, was ranked 61st overall in the class of 2021.

Women’s Hoops Signs Brianna Turnage

“We are very excited to announce the addition of Brianna ‘Snoop’ Turnage to our roster,” Wyckoff said. “Brianna brings length, versatility and skill on both ends of the floor and comes to Florida State with a strong desire to compete and win. I am looking forward to watching her growth and development over the next four years both on and off the basketball court.”

Turnage brings a championship pedigree to the Seminoles after teaming with Latson to win the 2021 GEICO National Championship. The uptempo guard averaged 10.0 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.6 steals and 1.9 blocks in that season, showcasing her ability to do a bit of everything on the court.

In the 2020-21 year, Turnage also shot 53 percent from the floor and had a 1.2 assist-turnover ratio. She earned second team all-metro honors as a senior.

In her four-year high school career at Westlake, the Atlanta native shot 47 percent overall, including 41 percent from 3-point range as a freshman. In the 2021 class, she was rated as a Top 25 guard at 24th.

Turnage also helped her high school to four state championships in the talent-rich state of Georgia. She finished her career averaging 5.6 rebounds per game while playing in 115 games.

Nicknamed “Snoop,” Turnage joins talented guard additions Taylor O’Brien (Bucknell transfer), Jazmine Massengill (Kentucky transfer) and incoming freshman Latson in helping provide the Seminoles with several play-making options in the back court.

Related Articles